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South Africa quits International Criminal Court

By Quartz and News24 South Africa is leaving the International Criminal Court, sparking speculation that other African nations could follow suit and quit the court….

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Abuse of office, naked corruption, fraud and theft

By The Source Zimbabwe’s high levels of corruption threaten to break the fragile economy, the chairperson of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has said, amid…

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30 years on: Mystery still surrounds Samora Machel’s death

By SABC and TNA South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa this week called on the continent to remember late Mozambican President Samora Machel as a soldier who…

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We are the Next Generation, dear Zimbabwe

“We have been angry for a long time and we cannot continue to be angry forever” By Admire Maramba Hello Zimbabwe. My name is Admire…

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You call this brutality sport? I beg to differ

By Moyahabo Mabeba, The African Times DURING one of my recent trips to the erstwhile Venda homeland, I found myself having to explain what the…

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SA universities reach point of no return

Quartz Africa and Reuters South Africa’s top universities are in disarray as the Fees Must Fall movement for free education reaches boiling point. Several times…

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Zimbabwe corruption costs $1 billion per year

By Reuters Zimbabwe is losing at least $1 billion annually to corruption, with police and local government officials among the worst offenders, Transparency International said in…

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Zimbabwe prisoners sold for $2 per day

By Agencies THE cash-strapped Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) is reportedly “selling” prisoners as cheap labour to local authorities and other organisations, it has…

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Plenty of interest in Zimbabwe, but also plenty of suspicion

skynewszimbabwe.com Zimbabweans living in South Africa have implored President Robert Mugabe’s government to address issues of trust – or lack thereof – between government departments and Zimbabweans…

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NUM endorses Cyril Ramaphosa for President of South Africa

By CHESTER MAKANA AND NDIVHUWO MUKWEVHO South Africa’s National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) has officially endorsed Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa’s candidacy to succeed President Jacob…

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Fitting send-off for Nkalakatha hitmaker Mandoza

By Agencies Nkalakatha hitmaker Mduduzi “Mandoza” Tshabalala was laid to rest on Friday at Johannesburg’s Westpark Cemetery after a moving funeral service at the Grace…

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Misfit Ian Khama is an embarrassment to African leaders: Jonathan Moyo

By Professor Jonathan Moyo If there’s one inescapable reality to interrogate without fear or favour today, it is that Zimbabweans have reached a moment of…

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South Africa: Universities in turmoil over #feesmustfall protests

By Aljazeera and Agencies Countrywide protests demanding free tertiary education in South Africa entered a third week as police fired stun grenades and arrested 31 students…

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Ian Khama blasts Zimbabwe’s Mugabe, urges retirement

Reuters Zimbabwe’s 92-year-old President Robert Mugabe should step aside without delay and allow new leadership of a country whose political and economic implosion since 2000…

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Jacob Zuma’s son plans to build hotel at Victoria Falls

News24 Harare – Does Selby Zuma know something nobody else does? Because despite Zimbabwe’s growing economic crisis and the looming advent of bond notes, President…

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